After a banner with the slogan ‘White Lives Matter’ flew through the Etihad Stadium during their match against Manchester City, Sean Dyche guarantees that the actions of a minority don’t overshadow crafted by Burnley in the network.
The club denounced the banner and guaranteed whenever found to force life bans on the perpetrators and Dyche said the message was contradictory to the party ‘s standards.
Dyche said: “As a club, all we can do is attempt to convey the correct message and you know the amount of network work done here. What has been done in the city in the course of recent years has been out and out amazing regarding mutual relations and the number of individuals impacted, and we don’t want it to be overshadowed by a couple of making an inappropriate remark.”
Burnley captain Ben Mee said after observing the banner in post-match interviews he was “angry and embarrassed” and Dyche said his remarks mirrored the musings of the changing area.
He said: “A ton of players were exceptionally emotional about it. I want to make it clear to the players, to be straightforward, they all have Twitter accounts so I said Ben was going to talk and I’m going to talk. Ben talked well overall, as the man, he is, authentically. I played my part, as well as the CEO and the chairman. We are joined as a team. I can’t speak for everybody in the city, yet I might want to imagine that this is viewed as the behavior of a small number of individuals rather than the whole city and the club.”
Meanwhile, Phil Bardsley has marked another one-year deal, however, Dyche has announced that Jeff Hendrick, Joe Hart, and Aaron Lennon have played their last matches for the club. Dyche was unable to appoint a full seat for Monday’s 5-0 defeat, with three players out harmed and speculating about others whose contracts were up, however, the manager excused the questions he had communicated in pre-match interviews proposing any broader issues behind the scenes.
“I had to laugh because I heard somebody say it is the first time Sean Dyche has scrutinized the board an evening or two ago. I figure most boards would be happy if just every seven and a half years they got addressed,” he added.